Our latest project, Mimus, will be living at the Design Museum London for five months — from November 24th, 2016 to April 23rd, 2017. Mimus was commissioned as a part of the Museum's inaugural exhibition, Fear and Love: Reactions to a Complex World.
Madeline Gannon will being speaking at this year's WIRED: Next Gen conference. This one-day event for 12-to-18-year-olds brings exciting interactive experiences and engaging talks about everything from space travel to bionics to robotics. See the full line-up of speakers here.
Madeline Gannon will speaking at this year's Open Hardware Europe Summit in Vienna Austria. She will be debuting ofxRobotArm — an openFrameworks addon for doing creative things with robot arms. See the video here.
ExoSkin – On-body Fabrication – a paper by Madeline Gannon of ATONATON and Tovi Grossman & George Fitzmaurice of Autodesk Research – has been accepted for publication in this year's Association for Computing Machinery’s (ACM) CHI conference.
It will be presented at the San Jose Convention Center, Room 210 AE on Thursday, May 12th at 2:30.
Madeline Gannon is a featured artist for a daylong launch event as the TV channel ABC Family relaunches as Freeform. Madeline, along with collaborator Marius Watz, designed a series of generative, 3D printed bracelets for launch day. Freeform fans can win a custom, one-of-a-kind design based on their "social media DNA" by following and tweeting @FreeformTV with the hashtag #FreeformLaunch.
Madeline Gannon will be joining Autodesk Pier 9 as an Artist in Residence for Fall 2015.
See a bit of the magic that happens at Pier 9 here.
Tactum: A Skin-Centric Approach to Digital Design — a paper by Madeline Gannon of ATONATON and Tovi Grossman & George Fitzmaurice of Autodesk Research – has been accepted for publication in this year's Association for Computing Machinery’s (ACM) CHI conference.
Tactum was also awarded with a best paper honorable mention this year.
Madeline Gannon will be speaking at SXSW Interactive March 16th, as a part of the Expressive Interactive Interfaces panel. Her talk, The Shape of Touch: On-Body Digital Design for 3D Printed Wearables, highlights her current research developing digital modeling systems that use the body as an input surface for designing 3D printed wearables.